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care, it's just a flat-out lie. >> cornell, your energy in saying this tonight was not what the president's energy was last night and the president's showing today energy on the campaign trail that he didn't show last night. i'm just curious to know why you think he didn't show it last night. why not say that is a lie, that is factually incorrect. >> the problem is if you're the challenger, you have to go out there and have a great debate, especially if you're a challenger behind, you have to go out and take it to the incumbent. if you are in fact the incumbent, you help the challenger by getting down in the mud and brawling. if you're the incumbent who is ahead, the last thinyou want to do is get down in the mud and brawl with the challenger, because ultimately, strategically, that only helps the challenger. i think the president was very presidential last night. he laid out his case. he stayed on the facts. he did what he was supposed to do. >> ralph, you don't believe he was shifting his position or arguing something else on that stage last night that is different from wh
, has more energy. you could say joe biden is more experienced, 36 years in the senate, the sitting vice president, he's been on this stage before. biden on paper has more experience at this. ryan says he's outgunned. we will see how it goes. americans pick presidents, not vice presidents. where can you go back in history and find a game-changing vice presidential debate. the republican base is energized right now, so this is how his campaign views this. paul ryan can continue that momentum or he can do something that chokes off that momentum. >> there was a lot of pressure in 2008 when biden was going against palin and he had to come off as not being condescending, not seeming sort of dismissive of her. it's a very different dynamic. >> yeah. he didn't want to appear patronizing at all during that debate. he had to really watch himself, and he's told me since then that that was sort of the hardest thing for him to do. he doesn't have any of those constraints this time around. paul ryan, chairman of the house budget committee, experienced legislator, i think he's going to take the gloves
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